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Our inability to generate common interest could prove to be a major stumbling block in moving towards sustainable pathways in future, says Mr Shahid Hasan, Associate Director, Knowledge Management, TERI.

Tags: environment awareness, raising awareness, education on sustainable development

The world needs better international dialogue, information sharing and concerted actions in addressing speculative oil price rise related issues, but their unified implementation will be a challenge, says Souvik Bhattacharjya, Associate Fellow, Resources, Regulation & Global Security, TERI.

Tags: environment awareness, raising awareness, education on sustainable developmentpower sector, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), oil price, Oil export and import

The response to the anti-Kudankulam protest shows that space for the democratic right of dissent is shrinking, says Dr Ligia Noronha, Director, Resources, Regulation and Global Security, TERI.

Tags: environment awareness, raising awareness, education on sustainable developmentpower sector, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), oil price, Oil export and importnuclear plants, nuclear disaster, Kudankulam nuclear plant, Koodankulam, Indian democracy, global security, Fukushima reactor's, Energy planning and policy, democratic rights

India's response to the Iran crisis needs to be measured, both in the light of strategic interests and international law, says Deepti Mahajan, Associate Fellow, Centre for Research on Energy Security, TERI.

Tags: environment awareness, raising awareness, education on sustainable developmentpower sector, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), oil price, Oil export and importnuclear plants, nuclear disaster, Kudankulam nuclear plant, Koodankulam, Indian democracy, global security, Fukushima reactor's, Energy planning and policy, democratic rightsIran-India relations, crude oil, oil imports, Iran sanctions